I wanted to get in a review of The American Pink Floyd Experience (Ameri-Floyd) at 89 North a couple of weeks back. I also wanted to write down some thoughts on the amount of Pink Floyd copy bands that play in the area. This will be brief and I hope you can relate or share your thoughts. If you are a Pink Floyd fan, the only feasible way to experience their music live - is through a cover band. There are no plans for Pink Floyd to tour. There is no reason for them to tour since there are many options to see these cover bands. No matter where to live, you can rest your minds there is a Floyd cover band close by. The band that played at 89 North was their first show, but they were solid and were close to perfect. Ameri-Floyd are fused from two different Pink Floyd cover bands to form The American Pink Floyd Experience, not the be confused with the Brit or the Aussie Pink Floyd Experience and not to be further compared and contrasted with the The American Pink Floyd, who are based in Nashville which is the home of country music. What is curious is how Pink Floyd has influenced these bands and the countless musicians who strive to create a show and sound to perfection. What impressed me was the dedication Ameri-Floyd had at recreating the sound by using authentic equipment which Pink Floyd would use. The band is led by David Aguirre, guitar and vocals, Matt Ganulin, percussion, Vic Delgado on Sax, Erik Semo on Bass and vocals, Paul Drollinger, keyboards, Ben Shin, guitar and vocals, Their beautiful and professional back- up singers Samia Mounts and Vicky Modica stood in front of the stage where they belonged. There was a screen in the back of the stage which ran a series of films from the movie The Wall, to the Wizard of Oz. Hearing songs from Animals brought back memories of listening to 8-track recording as my cousin drove my brother and me around San Jose. It was a long time ago and yet this music brought out "hundreds" of fans on a chilly night in January. It was packed inside 89 North. This is why there are many Pink Floyd cover bands. It’s the supply and the demand. Next up for Ameri-Floyd is Revolution Bar in Amityville on Friday May 29th. If you are a fan, I encourage you to get out and get impressed with the experience.